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WINTER 2018 2018 ANNUAL REPORT The Celebration Begins! see page 8 A Mission of the Western District of the Moravian Church

LETTER FROM THE CEO Dear Friends of Marquardt Village, As 2018 comes to a close, I’m delighted to share great news with you. Our annual report shows another successful year. As you can see from the numbers, we’re in a good, strong position to continue to serve residents and families in an exceptional way. Our financial strength provides a secure footing and solid foundation to begin planning for the future. In fact, our Board of Directors has already started considering the next phase of Marquardt Village’s enhancement and redevelopment. As you may know, the plans include relocating and enhancing the chapel to make it more convenient for all residents and their guests, and provide more space for services and events. And, we'll be adding a new apartment building called Park Centre with 24 residences. If all goes as planned, these new apartment homes should be available in 2020. As more details take shape, I’ll be sure to share those with you. Right now, we’re excited to kick off Marquardt Village’s 50th anniversary. I look forward to celebrating this extraordinary milestone with you. We’ll be hosting special events all year long. For starters, on page 6, you can read about the ceremonies honoring veterans held each Sunday over the next year. On pages 8 and 9, you’ll learn about the upcoming history exhibit and the Wall of Honor. We’ll be hosting a huge party in July, the month of our community’s founding. Stay tuned for details on it as well as other celebratory events. We have a bright future ahead of us. We continue to transform everyone’s expectations with new and exciting choices. My deepest thanks to each and every one of you for all you do to support Marquardt Village and the individuals and families we serve every day. You make our mission possible. I’m eternally grateful. Blessings, Matthew Mauthe, CEO THE MARQUARDT VILLAGE MISSION: “Grounded in faith, we promote the health and well-being of each individual we serve.” 2018 Operating Annual Report .............................................................................. 3 Marquardt Village’s Marketing and Sales team ............................................. 7 Marquardt Foundation Annual Report ............................................................. 4 Let's Rejoice With All Our Hearts ....................................................................... 8-9 Marquardt Foundation Funds.. ............................................................................... 4 Because We Care ................................................................................................. 10-11 Volunteer of the Year Shirley Dibble ..................................................................... 5 Wish List .......................................................................................................................... 13 Honoring Our Veterans .............................................................................................. 6 Donor Appreciation ........................................................................................... 14-15 Welcome New Employees ................................................................................ 7, 12 Thank You So Much .................................................................................................. 16 2

2018 ANNUAL REPORT OPERATING FINANCIAL INFORMATION Marquardt Village, Inc. Marquardt Village, Inc. Consolidated Balance Sheet Consolidated Statement of Revenue and Expenses as of June 30, 2018 as of June 30, 2018 Assets 11,302,094 Revenue 39,892,543 Cash and Investments Patient Service Revenue (net) 300,736 Accounts Receivable (net) 3,203,845 Entrance Fees Property and Equipment (net) 35,590,754 Contractual Allowance and Charity Care (9,651,609) Other Assets 880,197 Total Assets 50,976,890 Total Revenue 30,541,670 Liabilities and Net Assets Expenses 11,180,728 Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses 2,909,274 Resident Care and Nursing Long-term Debt (including current portion) 21,095,343 Dining Services 2,103,150 Entrance Fees 9,932,432 Maintenance and Operations 2,243,908 Other Liabilities Administrative, Marketing and General 9,701,442 43,379 Interest 905,849 Total Liabilities 33,980,428 Depreciation and Amortization 2,489,023 Total Net Assets 16,996,462 Total Expenses 28,624,100 Total Liabilities and Net Assets 50,976,890 Operating Income 1,917,570 Other Income (expense) Contributions 61,428 Investment Income (net) (184,280) Other (364,216) Excess of Revenue Over Expenses 2,527,494 REVENUE EXPENSES Skilled Nursing Facility – 37% Resident Care and Nursing – 37% Home and Community Based Services – 25% Dining Services – 7% Assisted Living – 15% Maintenance and Operations – 8% Independent Living – 11% Administrative, Marketing and General – 34% Management Fees – 13% Interest – 4% Depreciation and Amortization – 10% Due to rounding, percentages may not total 100 percent. 3

2018 ANNUAL REPORT FOUNDATION FINANCIAL INFORMATION Marquardt Foundation, Inc. Marquardt Foundation, Inc. Consolidated Balance Sheet Statement of Revenue and Expenses as of June 30, 2018 as of June 30, 2018 Assets Revenue Cash 3,858 General 273,685 Investments 6,090,945 Spiritual Life Fund (24,211) Pledges and Bequests Receivable (net) 2,517 Marquardt At Home Fund 62,353 Property and Equipment (net) 4,807 Zinzendorf Hall 0 Other 0 Employee Appreciation Fund 17,734 Write-Off of Uncollectible Pledges 0 Total Assets 6,102,127 Total Contributions 329,561 Liabilities and Net Assets Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses 579,274 Investment Income 36,503 Investment Realized and Unrealized Gains (Losses) 496,793 Total Liabilities 579,274 Total Revenue 862,857 Total Net Assets 5,522,853 Expenses Total Liabilities and Net Assets 6,102,127 Donations to Marquardt Entities 140,413 Fundraising 5,844 Outreach 2,760 Volunteer Services 0 General Administration 154,584 Thank you, our donors and our volunteers for your support. Please continue to help us when you can, however you can. Total Expenses 303,601 Increase in Net Assets 559,256 MARQUARDT FOUNDATION FUNDS GIFTS TO MARQUARDT FOUNDATION CAN BE DESIGNATED TO THE FOLLOWING FUNDS: • General Fund donations are designated to help make up the difference between government reimbursement and the actual cost of care. • Spiritual Life Fund nurtures spiritual life on campus. Our chapel, chaplain, programs, and pastoral care help create a unique environment in which to live and work. • 50/50/50 Campaign honors Marquardt Village’s 50th anniversary with the goal of finding 50 people who will donate $50 a month in 2019 to help with the basic needs of an older adult. • Employee Appreciation Fund helps us recognize staff with special events, gifts, and opportunities, in return for the difference they make in the lives they touch. To make a gift, use the enclosed envelope, visit or call Cheryl Porior-Mayhew at 920-206-4000; [email protected] 4

Shirley Dibble NAMED VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR For Shirley Dibble, volunteering is part of everyday life. Every Nominees week, she works as the Welcome Desk Ambassador at the for Volunteer Marquardt Village Health Center, as an activities assistant at of the Year Park Hill, and helps in the Park Hill dining room and grocery store. Every year, she leads the Dementia Tour for new employees. • Shirley Dibble On Christmas Day, Shirley helps the local Elk’s Lodge provide holiday • Esther Else meals to residents. • Mary Frater • Mary Ellen Grosskopf When she’s not doing all of those things, you’ll likely find her knitting • Sandra Kant scarves and hats for Caring Crafters. She spends hundreds of hours • John Leischer each year creating warm accessories to help children and families brace • Lavern Neis for Wisconsin’s frigid winters. • Shirley Oestreich • Ruth Rehbaum In 2017, Shirley volunteered some 2,000 hours — that’s more than 38 hours a week. Congratulations to all of the nominees. The Marquardt Foundation Board of “It keeps me busy. I’ve made some good friends,” said Shirley, who has Directors made the final selection. lived at Marquardt Village for 14 years. “I like knowing I’m helping people.” VOLUNTEER At the community’s Volunteer Celebration held in April, Shirley received FAST FACTS a self-portrait painted by a local artist in honor of her dedication. She is one of some 300 volunteers who donate their time and talents to • About 300 enhance the lives of residents at Marquardt Village. - Number of volunteers “Shirley has been a long-standing, dedicated volunteer for Marquardt Village. She truly emulates our mission, vision and core values,” said • 17,550 Sandi Budewitz, Marquardt Village’s Volunteer Services Coordinator who oversees the volunteer programs. - Total volunteer hours in 2017 For more information about becoming a volunteer, visit • $424,000 or contact Sandi Budewitz at [email protected] or (920) 206-4010. - Total value of time 5

Honoring Our Veterans During a special Sunday service on Veteran’s Day, Marquardt Village celebrated its resident veterans. Throughout the year, a flag will be given to a veteran each week. Fulfilling a promise, Marquardt Village added a Throughout 2019, the community’s 50th anniversary new flagpole in front of Towne Centre. Thanks year, Marquardt Village will continue honoring its to several generous donors and Marquardt’s veterans. Over the year, one-by-one, a flag will be raised 100 Women Who Care, in each person’s honor and the American flag is now “We're incredibly grateful to then presented to the veteran prominently displayed for our country's veterans for their by Jennifer Johnson, Marquardt everyone to see. Village’s campus administrator. On Veteran’s Day, November sacrifice and service.” “We’re incredibly grateful to 11, Marquardt Village our country’s veterans for - Matt Mauthe, CEO celebrated the new flagpole, their sacrifice and service,” said and held a very special worship service, ceremony and Matt Mauthe, CEO. “We’re proud and humbled to honor luncheon in honor of its resident veterans. Marquardt Village’s veterans. The Sunday ceremonies allow us to show each one our gratitude firsthand.” 6

Welcome Our New Staff Members Emily Boyd Marketing Assistant Rev. Jane Gehler Director of Spiritual Care In September, Rev. Jane Gehler accepted This summer, Emily Boyd joined the the call to become Marquardt Village’s Marquardt Village marketing team. In new Director of Spiritual Care. An her role as marketing assistant, Emily ordained Deacon and Consecrated helps educate older adults about Presbyter of the Moravian Church, Rev. Marquardt Village’s services, amenities Gehler has served as pastor for 17 years, including as pastor for and living options through a variety of venues, including social Unionville Moravian Church in Unionville, Michigan, and on several media, events and printed materials. Moravian Church executive boards and committees. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in vocal music and a Masters of Divinity. In addition to serving as a bridal and formal wear consultant, she previously held internships with the American Diabetes “I spent a short time at Marquardt Village early in my career, Association and the Dodge County Land Resources and Parks where I assisted Bishop Milo Loppnow in a fundraising Department. A recent graduate, Emily earned a Bachelor’s campaign to build additional rooms in the Health Center, so Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in they were all private rooms.”, said Rev. Jane Gehler. marketing and management. Rev. Gehler invites everyone to join in the non-denominational worship services held at 9 a.m. in the Park Terrace Memory Care Activity Room, 10 a.m. in the Marquardt Health Center Chapel and at 11 a.m. in the Park Ridge Activity Room. Marquardt Village’s Marketing and Sales team. From left to right: Joy Caine, Jessica Nickels, Joe Reischl, Emily Boyd, and Jamie Jaeger 7

Let’s Rejoice With All Our Hearts 50 YEARS OF BOLD, BRAVE, FAITH Fifty years ago, Marquardt Village began as a vision of the Moravian Church to care for people of Watertown and surrounding communities. The founders were guided by faith and a true desire to help. Today, that simple idea has grown into a community with a broad range of services, amenities and residential choices for older adults. In 2019, Marquardt Village honors its legacy and reaffirms its mission to serve. Throughout the year, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about our community’s founders, its successes and challenges, and the Board’s vision for the future. Just as importantly, the year will be a time of celebration and reflection, of gratitude and appreciation for all that has been accomplished over the last five decades. “This is a very special moment in our history. I’m excited that we In 2019, a special 50th anniversary logo will can all be a part of it,” said Matt Mauthe, CEO. “Our founders had an appear on letterhead, marketing materials, amazing vision for Marquardt. But, I don’t think they ever dreamed Marquardt Village would be as big as it is today. It’s an incredible the Marquardt Village website and accomplishment worth celebrating.” signage to mark the milestone. Commemorative 50th Anniversary Book Available in December, Marquardt Village’s Commemorative 50th Anniversary Book recaps the community’s history. From the enormous gift of 47 acres by Dr. Milton Ochs to the innovative living options to the newly built Towne Centre, readers learn how and why Marquardt’s leaders made the decisions they did. You’ll also discover interesting facts about Marquardt Village such as why the community’s name is spelled differently than the family it’s named after, how the old farmhouse that still stands today came to be, and the price of a private room in 1969. To find out how you can receive a copy of the book, call (920) 206-4663. 8

50TH ANNIVERSARY HISTORY EXHIBIT 50/50/50 CAMPAIGN Throughout 2019, Marquardt Village staff and volunteers will be creating a rotating exhibit in the lobby alcoves across from Crave While all across the country, nursing highlighting the history and legacy of Marquardt Village, the care centers are turning away older Moravian Church, and the Ochs family. It will feature a variety of adults who can’t afford their care, the items, including historical documents and photos, newspaper Marquardt Foundation helps keep our clippings, and a Moravian family Bible, furniture and household doors open to everyone. items owned by the Marquart and Ochs families. You’ll definitely want to stop by occasionally to see the latest exhibit. The Marquardt Foundation helps with the cost of care and support, meals and In addition to the rotating exhibit, staff and volunteers will create a medications for older adults whose Wall of Honor along the hallway leading to the marketing offices. pensions and social security can’t fully The wall will feature framed photos of Marquardt Village’s founders, pay for their care. Thanks to generous first steering committee, current Board of Directors, current and donors, it will also help with a few previous CEOs, as well as others who have significantly influenced everyday things we take for granted like the community’s development. cable TV, getting a haircut and other basic needs. In honor of Marquardt Village’s 50th anniversary, the Marquardt Foundation has set an ambitious goal of finding 50 people who will donate $50 a month in 2019 — the year of our 50th anniversary, to help with the basic needs of an older adult. Will you be one of those 50? To contribute to our 50/50/50 campaign, contact Cheryl Porior-Mayhew, Chief Development Officer, at (920) 206-4000 or CPorior-Mayhew@ If you prefer giving in another way, check out pages 10 through 13. They talk about our Because We Care program, Wish List and other ways you can help during our 50th anniversary year. On behalf of the families, thank you for your kindness and generosity. 9

BECAUSE WE CARE New Programs Comfort Hospice Families This year, Marquardt Hospice started two LAST WISHES PROGRAM new programs specifically designed to help families make the most of the precious time In October, Betsy* and her daughter took a very special that remains. Funded by the Marquardt Foundation, trip down memory lane. In Hartford, Betsy’s hometown, the Last Wishes and Because We Care programs are they breathed in the crisp autumn air, eyed the colorful made possible through the leaves, walked familiar streets, and visited a favorite generosity of donors. shop. The sightseeing trip was “Donations from family and sponsored by Marquardt’s Last Wishes program for individuals “We help families honor their friends of those we've cared with a terminal illness. loved one and connect to for in the past are paying what’s really important,” said it forward and making a While Hartford is just 25 miles Lisa White, Hospice Director. difference for someone else.” away, with Betsy’s fragile health, “Donations from family and - Lisa White, Hospice Director it may as well have been 1,000 friends of those we’ve cared for miles away. The Last Wishes in the past are paying it forward program paid for the staff and and making a difference for someone else.” specialized medical transportation along with lunch so Betsy could safely enjoy an afternoon of reminiscing. 10

BECAUSE WE CARE PROGRAM Irene*, the team created a romantic ambiance with flowers, candles, formal dinnerware and wine glasses For families facing an end-of-life journey, ordinary for their sodas (photo at left). The special moment was tasks like planning a birthday party or an anniversary made possible by donations to hospice and Elias Inn who celebration can feel too big to tackle yet too important donated one of the lobster meals. to miss. For others, the cost of care can be overwhelming, leaving little room for basic necessities. “We want to do what we can to support families by creating a happy moment or helping with a specific need,” Marquardt’s Because We Care program fills the gap by said Lisa. “These programs offer an opportunity to touch making a big impact with small gestures. Recently, the the lives of individuals and recognize and honor their life.” program sponsored a surprise lobster dinner for Edward* who receives hospice care. With the help of his wife, *Betsy, Edward and Irene asked us to protect their identities by using different names. For more information about Marquardt’s Home Health & Hospice services, call (844) 206-4930. To donate to the Last Wishes and Because We Care programs, you can send a check to Marquardt Foundation — Hospice, 1045 Hill Street, Watertown, WI 53098. If you prefer that your donation go to a particular program, include the name of it on your check. On behalf of our hospice families, thank you for your contribution. Art Inspired by Park Terrace Residents Wins Third Place This summer, 38 custom, hand-painted banners created by local artists hung on lampposts along Main Street and the 100 block of S. Third Street. One banner in particular holds special meaning for our community. It was designed and painted by residents of Park Terrace Assisted Living and Memory Care with the help of Watertown high school student Myranda Bischoff. The banner, entitled “You Are My Sunshine,” won third place. Held annually, the Watertown Art on Main Banner project promotes the vitality and beauty of downtown. In October, the banners were sold at auction with proceeds going toward Watertown beautification projects. “The residents enjoyed helping, watching, and learning how to paint. Some even gave Myranda advice,” said Brenda Bischoff, Marquardt Village Life Enrichment Assistant. “It’s great they won. More importantly, we made some wonderful memories.” 11

Welcome Our New Hospice Team Marquardt Hospice serves residents in 20 counties in Southeast Emy Miller Wisconsin, reaching more than double the number of Business Development communities than we did just two years ago. We’ve expanded our hospice team to better serve individuals with a life-limiting In her business development role, Emy Miller works with illness and their families. Our compassionate team focuses on Marquardt at Home’s healthcare partners to serve individuals your comfort and dignity, and providing emotional and spiritual who need home health and hospice care. She educates the support when you need it most. public, and meets with families to discuss the admission process. Lisa White Emy previously served as Residence Director for a senior living Hospice Director community in Cambridge, Wisconsin. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in health science with a minor in psychology. As Hospice Director for Marquardt at Home, Lisa White oversees a team of caregivers and nurses who care for hundreds of Tamara Warnecke patients and their family members every year. Lisa, who has Business Development served in a leadership role for more than 20 years, began her career helping moms and babies as a nurse in the labor and Tamara Warnecke also works in Marquardt at Home’s business delivery department. development to grow community awareness about our Home Health and Hospice services. She educates families and older She later served as a home health and hospice nurse where she adults about how the Marquardt at Home team can help them discovered a passion for supporting patients and families facing maintain health and independence in their own home and chronic illnesses and the end of life journey. provide comfort care to those with a terminal illness. “Being there to support families during those precious days is a Tamara’s experience includes serving as VP of Operations, privilege and an honor that I have been blessed to be part of,” Executive Director and owner and operator of an assisted living said Lisa. “Hospice has taught me and touched me more than community. A licensed Occupational Therapy Assistant, she anything else in life.” earned a Bachelor’s Degree in health care management. “Caring for residents is my number one priority at all times,” said Tamara. Tamara Warnecke, Lisa White, Emy Miller (left to right) 12

What’s on Our Wish List? Many of you have been asking about Marquardt Village’s Wish List in hopes of adding it to your holiday gift giving. Thank you for your inquiries. Your gifts help make life better for so many people here at Marquardt Village and in the surrounding community. This year’s Wish List includes ways to honor our 50th anniversary, a special wheelchair scale that’s really needed and, as always, items for our popular resident auction. Any dollar amount is appreciated and you can direct it toward a specific category. Let us know what you would like to help make possible. MARQUARDT VILLAGE’S WISH LIST Wheelchair Scale for Park Terrace Commemorative 50th Anniversary Book (about $1,650) (about $25,000) For residents in a wheelchair being weighed on a We’ve created a special history book to celebrate our 50th traditional standing scale can be difficult. Getting up and anniversary. It includes a look back at the founding of the down risks injury, especially for those who are frail or need community, its growth over the years, and the people their weight monitored frequently for health reasons. With who made it possible. We need funding to recover the a wheelchair scale, residents can simply roll onto the scale costs of photography, researching, writing, developing to be weighed, ensuring their comfort and safety as well and printing the book. as the staff’s. Items for Resident Auctions 50th Anniversary History Exhibit (about $400) (about $20,000) Residents earn “auction dollars” at events throughout We’re creating a rotating exhibit in the alcoves across from the year. They use them to bid on items such as stamps, Crave highlighting the history and legacy of Marquardt snacks and holiday decorations at live auctions organized Village, the Moravian Church, and the Ochs family. by our activities staff. It’s a favorite! We need funding for display cabinets, frames, easels, pamphlets, signage and plaques. To see our entire wish list, visit 13

We greatly appreciate the support of the following individuals, churches, businesses, and organizations who shared their resources with Marquardt Village between October 1, 2017 and September 30, 2018. All gifts to Marquardt Foundation are used to improve services for our residents and those we serve in the greater community. INDIVIDUALS Sherry Cira Beverly Gescheidle Lynn Ireland Denise Lee John F. Miller Paul Rosenfeldt Loraine Ackatz Fay Claas Donald Gescheidle Jaime Jaeger Kendra Lefeber Melvin A Miritz Cailyn Rosenow Fred Albert Ernie Clausen Jean Glasser Cathleen Jaggers John Leischer Dirk Mlejnek Shannon Rundquist Karen Albert Ronda Clausen Katelee-An Gochanour Anne Jahnke Katherine Lekas Kimberly Mloddzik Rachel Russell Adrian Amacher Sheryl Clayton Michelle M Godfrey Amy Jambura Renee Lemonds Patty Moe Michael Ryan Kimber Ambrose Carly Cline Jolene M Goeden-Massuch Sally Jankowski Kelsey Lenz Thomas Moe Melissa Salaam Debra Annen Miles Conway Pearl Mary Goetsch Rana Jenkins Nicholas P Lenzendorf Mary Lou Moldenhauer Joyce Scallon Mary Annen Deborah Cornella-Kirt Gary Goetz Gerald Jeuck Jodi Leppla Myron Moldenhauer Mark Scallon Mary A. Arthur Kay Cretney-Behling Darlene Gordon Marilyn Jeuck Justin Leu Kaitlin Montiel Kathy Schaefer O’Malley Melinda Asher Maureen Crouse Stacey Gosdeck Heather Johnson Adolph Leuenberger Kathleen Montini Gary Schaefer John Austin Gloria Daniel Glen Grams Jennifer Johnson Michael Libby Lynn A. Moon Brenda Scherret Joyce Austin Nora Beth David Isela Grams Opter Johnson Kathy Liebenow Ashley Morales Joe Schick Maxine Averbeck Jennifer DaWalt Mary Graper Robert Jursik Kurt Liebenow Mariska Moreno Betty Schimming Bonnie Baerwald Rosemary Degner Amanda Gratzke Amber Kaesermann Marjorie Liechty Roxanne Morris Robert Schimming Alexis Ball Dorothy Degnitz Kristy Gray Tim Kamke Vern Lindquist Clayton H. Morrison Penny Schleif Hannah Baneck Erlene Delano Ronald Greve Sandra Kant George Livanec Marion Mueller Terry Schleif Linda Bargo Anita Demoske Sally Greve Albert Kasmiskie Megan Loppnow Michaela Mueller Heidi Schmidt Gregory Barrera Karen Derr Linda Griffee Irene Kasmiskie Nicole Loppnow Diane Neal Paul Schmidt Julie Bartelt Terri Detert Mary Grigson Kathy Kasten Elizabeth Lord Jane Nehls Stacy Schmitt Barbara A Barton Shirley Dibble Carmen Groehler Tom Kasten Allison Lorenz Rebecca Nehls David Schoechert Bailey Basterash Steve Dilling Dallas Grosenick Brian W. Katzenberger Sheri Lotzer Roberta Neitzel Judy Schoechert Alyson Bates Julie Dittmann Elaine Grosenick Paula Kaulback Matthew Lovell Tim Neitzel Thomas Schoeffel Carol Baumann Trudy Dobbratz Corinne Grover Lynne Kehoe Jeanne Lubey Barbara L. Nelson Sally Schoenike Doris Baumann Carolyn Dorn Samuel O. Gudex Sheila Keifenheim Norma A. Ludwig Kathleen Nelson Nichole Schroeder Sandra Becken Bonnie C. Downes Stephanie Gudex Sharilyn Kelley Mary Luebke Rolfe Nervig Curt Schuenke James M. Becker Judith C. Downing Eileen Guell Gerald Kelm Kenneth Lueck Brenda Neubauer Casey Schuett Bryan Beers David Downs Jo Ann Guell Laura Kerschke Nathaniel Lueck Steve Neubauer Kim Schuett Alexis Behnke Renee Downs Amy Gunderson Katie Kerwin Sue Luetzow Mary Lou Newcombe Jessica Schultz Dan Behrend Laura Dresen Marlene Guzman William E. Kiessling Jr. Brian Luteyn Jessica Nickels Joan Schultz Ruth Behrend Richard M. Druckrey Joanne Haag Linda Kind Donald Lynch John Nickels Judy Schultz John D. Beltz Brett Dunham George Hackbarth Elesa Kinder Norma Lynch Samantha Nickels Shirley P Schultz Barbara Berg Heidi Dunham John Hackbarth Lynn Kirkstein Andrew Lyyski Terry Nickels Robert Schuster Barbara Bergin Reilly Dupuis Jeff Hackel Joan Kleinfeldt Christine B. Maas Ann Nienow Kristene Schwartz Tom Bergin Elsbeth Eames, Estate Dawn Hale Richard C. Kleinfeldt Grace Maas Mike Nienow Barbara Schwefel Natalie Berman Chrystle Eckert Katherine Halfmann Tracy Klentz Judy Maas Richard Nienow Terry Schwefel Rachelle Bethards Gregory Else Claire Hansen Connie Koenig Katherine L. MacCready Audrey Ninmann Heidi Sellnow Jill Bethe Donna Engel Harley Hansen Elizabeth Koenigs Karen MacArthur Mary Jane Loretta O’Brien Jennifer Sevenz Raymond Bezanson Tami Essman Jane Harberg Mary M. Koenigs Maria Macias Molly O’Driscoll Shelbi Shearier Shelly Bladorn Cindy Fahney Matiya Harenda Judith Kohlhoff Clara S. Madigan Adelbert Oestreich Bethany Sherwood Trace D. Blakely Barbara Feder Glenn Harke Kevin Kohlhoff Bethany Mahan Shirley M. Oestreich Mary Shumaker Theresa Blankenship Lawrence Feder Janice Harke Nancy Kohlhoff Jane R. Majeska Angela Olson Eugene A. Siebauer Phyllis Jane Blasing Kimberly Fehling Lois Harke Joseph Kohls Kaitlyn Mallow Dawn Olson Kathleen Siegel Jennifer Blease Emily Feiner Brandie Harnack Karli Kohls Mark Mandel Martha Olson Melissa Siegel Shirley Block Barbara Fendt Joe Hasslinger Sue Koplin Samantha Mankowski Jessica O’Marrah Bonnie Simon Kirstin Blom James J. Fett Judith Hasslinger Joyce Kopp Tom Mannlein Connie Opedal Kailee Simon Walter P. Blumke Janet G. Feucht Callen Hayden Diane Korn Lenore Manthey William Oswald Shantel Sipiorski Malieha Bodary Sharon Fiedler Tracey Haynes Kevin Kostroski Joanne Marcussen Linda Outhouse Timothy C. Slavens Roger Boettcher Kara Firari Stephanie Heiden Sarah Kottwitz Gabriela Mares Eva Overholt Charles Smith Vivian Bogenschneider Barb Fischer Amy Heintz Mari Kraemer Teresa Markl Ashley Pankow Helen Smith Amanda Bohrman Nelson Fischer Rosabel Debra Heller Rebecca Kramer Calvin Marks Pastoral Pastoral Service Judi Snyder Sharon Boley Patricia A. Fischer Willard Henken Beth Kratzer Julie Anne Marks Heidi Pauli John Sook Lanny Borck Todd Fischer Kimberly Henze Linda Kraus Mary Ellen Marquardt Karl L. Pennau Michael Spangler Joann C. Bostrom Beverly Fisher David H. Hesse Courtney Krause Peter Martin Emmanuel Perillo Norma Splies Emily Boyd Virginia Fisher Lois J. Hesse Hazel Krebsbach Lynnae Mathison-Raether Eileen Anne Perkins Karen Spurgin Jeffrey Bradisse Karen Fluegel Katey Higgins Nancy Kroner Billy Mauthe Margaret Perkins Debra Stein Phillip Braunschweig Helen Foulke Sarah Higgins Emily Krueger Julie Mauthe William Petig Beverly Stelse Angeline A. Breister Linda Frakes Doretta Hilander Heather Krueger Matt Mauthe Judy Pierner Jerry Stelse Tara Brennan Tom Frakes Judy Hildebrandt Janet H. Krueger Ronald Mauthe Mary Plummer Vernon Stern Dr. Rick Brewer Mary Frater Jeanette Hills Megan Krueger Curtis R. Mayo Barbara Pohl Candy Stramara Emily Brooks Anne Fritts Harry Hinchcliffe Carol Kruesel Denise McCrary Barbara M. Pollei Arlene Strasburg Schulz Alexis Brost John Fritts Patricia Hinchcliffe Mary Krumbein Robin McCreery Jack Pollei Kitty Stueber Steven Brown Rebecca L. Frize Debra Hoefler Ron Krumbein Kaylee McDonald Cheryl Porior-Mayhew Kayla Suckow MarJean Buck Joann Froemming Jenny Hoerth Rachel Kuehl Kristin McDonald Karen Pugh Kim Suhs Sandra Budewitz Judith Frohling Madison Holder Amanda Kuhl Barbara McGray Gerald Quinn Kayla Sullivan David A. Buechel Morgan Frohmader Charlotte Holt Sharon Kumbier Elizabeth McLaughlin Helen Radtke Michael E. Sullivan Shari Bunnell Jodi Fryczynski Kimberly Holterman Courtney Kurth John H. Meekin Joe Reischl Mary Supple Dallas Buss Elgardie Fuchs Jeff Horkan Constance Kusek Jeremy Meixner Anna Reitz Richard L. Swiggum Neal Butenhoff William Fuchs Edward Hoy David Kusek Mike Mejchar Amairany Reyes Louise Szerbat Thomas Cahill Lori Ganser Michael Hulsizer Deborah Kutz Bob Mekelburg Lynn Reynolds Jean Tessmann Joy Caine Bethany Gasper Jane I. Hummell Catherine Kwapil Marisa Menzel Sarah Richter Melisa Tews Kasey Caine Jane R. Gehler Gayle Hunter Jean Kwapil Lawrence Metcalf Jennifer Roberts Analie Grace Thomas Tiffany Caine Donnell Geib Tawana Hurt Jennifer Kwapil Annette Meyer Doreen Rock Jim P. Thomas Carol Carey Ellen Geiger Elisabeth Hying Caleb LaChance Cheryl Meyer Gabrielle Rodriguez Sandra Thornquist Thomas J. Carlson Alice Geisthardt Dora Ibarra Patricia Laehr Debra Meyer Tami Rodriguez Gary L. Thorpe Vickie Carroll Joan Genz Hannah Ignarski Kalee Lafler Tammy Mielke Audrey Roeder Janice Thostenson Dick Cerney Phyllis Strasburg George Kim Ignarski Kay Lamp Betty Miescher Lucille Roessler-Engsberg Charlene Torkelson Amy Chapman Belinda Gerke Michael Ignarski Anna Lange Aaron Milbrath Mike Rollert John F. Townsend Erika Cheesbro John Gerloff Patricia Ignarski Michelle Larson Emy Miller Heidi Romlow Mary Lou Treptow Nicole Chwala Randal V. Gerstner April Immel Blair Leair Jasmine Miller John Rosenfeldt Albert Troyke We make every effort to ensure this list is accurate. If you notice an error or omission, please notify us at 920-206-4000. 14

Kim Turney TRIBUTES In Memory of Lillian Buske Dodge Concrete Inc Robert Schimming Ascension Lutheran Church Marvin Tuttle Judith A. Ulm In Memory of Frederic Albrecht Natalie Berman Mary Frater Carol Voss Bethesda Lutheran Homes Gladys Vahl Lake Mills Moravian Church In Memory of Ethel Carnes Julie Van Deslunt In Memory of Kay Andrew Jolene M Goeden-Massuch In Memory of Gerald Schultz Brightree Home & Hospice, LLC Bridget Van Ert Kevin Kostroski Kevin Kohlhoff Dorothy Degnitz Janice Van Hoosen Eileen Guell Carlson Dettmann Consulting Casey VandenBerg In Memory of Gwynnetha Bade Lorraine Werner Catherine Kwapil In Memory of William Schultz Kimberly Vang In Memory of Loretta Cerney Chartwell Salma Varela Nancy Kroner Jean Kwapil Joan Schultz ClearPath Connections, LLC Patricia M Voeller In Memory of Rick Bargo Dick Cerney Marquardt Village CliftonLarsonAllen LLP Vernon F. Voigt In Memory of Elaine Coleman In Memory of Carroll Schulz Compeer Financial Sullivan Weather Volunteer Linda Bargo Richard L Swiggum Creative Business Interiors In Memory of Marjorie Beers Pastoral Pastoral Service Arlene Strasburg Schulz Daley Painting & Decorating Support Team In Memory of Roger Cramer Gladys Vahl Direct Supply Marleen M. Volz Bryan Beers In Memory of Flora Schulz Dodge Concrete Inc Nancy Von Boeckmann In Memory of Ruth Behrend John Austin William Waldvogel Eppstein Uhen Architects Tom VonBoeckmann Joyce Austin Arlene Strasburg Schulz First Midwest Bank Teresa VonRueden Debra Annen In Memory of Archie Daley Nell A. Winkler Fond du Lac Area Foundation Carol Voss Mary Annen In Memory of Mildred Schulze Gallery and Frame Shop Lynne Wagner Dan Behrend Daley Painting & Decorating Mary Ann Wolff Herb Kohl Philanthropies Michael Wagner Shirley Block In Memory of Paul A. Dunn Karen Fluegel Hope Ladies Guild William Waldvogel Roger Boettcher In Memory of Rosemary J&L Tire Johnson Creek/ Heidi Wallace Vickie Carroll Mary Lou Treptow Mary Graper Marlene Wallace Kay Cretney-Behling In Memory of Louise E. Fahrow Magedanz-Roe Jane Harberg Watertown Lavonne Waller Cindy Fahney Roberta Neitzel Charline Wallman Karen Fluegel Michael Hulsizer Barbara L Nelson Chuck Wallman Janet H. Krueger In Honor of Mary Mannlein Sarah Walter Mary Lou Newcombe Mary Zastrow Aden Ward Pastoral Pastoral Service Tom Mannlein April Ward In Memory of Vernon Steffen Kay Ward In Honor of Marquardt Village Tamara Warnecke Joe Hasslinger Brian Weber (Fitzsimmons) Residents Abbie Weed Judith Hasslinger Phyllis Weeden Gerald Jeuck Kristin Weinstock In Memory of Helen Steinke Brian Weisensel In Honor of Marquardt Village Vernette M. Weisensel Jean Glasser Lynn Reynolds Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. J. F. Ahern Company Lorraine Werner Residents Emily Westenberg Mary Graper In Memory of Gertrude Fehrmann Patricia Laehr In Memory of Ken Stelse Keck Furniture, Inc. Lisa White Carol E. Whyms Beverly Stelse Tammy Wildish Linda Griffee Marlene Witte In Honor of Marquardt Village In Memory of Edna Strasburg Koplin Excavating & Grading Co. Cindy Williams Kuenzi Co., LLC Joseph Wilson Jane Harberg In Honor of Julie Ganster Staff Arlene Strasburg Schulz Nell A. Winkler Kay Wipperfurth Lois Harke Elgardie Fuchs Gerald & Marilyn Jeuck In Memory of Lloyd Strasburg Lake Mills Moravian Church Al Wirkus Eugene Wirkus Doretta Hilander In Memory of Rudolph Hackbarth In Memory of George Ochs Arlene Strasburg Schulz Lakeview Moravian Church Stephen A. Wirth Cele Witmer William E. Kiessling Jr. George Hackbarth Erlene Delano In Memory of Lelia Spangler Life Assist USA Marlene Witte Lindsey Wolf Marjorie Liechty In Memory of Phyllis Hapke In Memory of Edward Petig Judy Schultz Lincoln Street Law, P.C. Mary Ann Wolff Kim Wolfgram Mary Luebke Margaret Perkins William Petig Michael Spangler London Moravian Women’s Barbara Wolford Carla Wolfram Lenore Manthey In Honor of Lois Harke In Memory of Gertrude Petig In Honor of Florence Sweeney Fellowship Stephanie Wollitz Breyana Wolter Linda Outhouse Janice Harke William Petig Ann Nienow Lutheran Homes & Health Christie Worden Nancy Wrensch Oregon Community Bank In Memory of Ruth Hein In Memory of Myrtle Pinkerton Richard Nienow Services John K. Wright Lyle Wuestenberg Mary Plummer Pearl Mary Goetsch Vernon Stern In Memory of Geraldine Tessman M3 Insurance Barbara Zastrow Lynn Zastrow Lucille Roessler-Engsberg In Memory of William Hein In Memory of Jo Anne Quamme Judith Frohling Maas Brothers Construction Mary Zastrow Sheryl Clayton John Gerloff Co. Inc Perry Ziehm Beverly Stelse Pearl Mary Goetsch Randal V Gerstner Alayne Zoellick Dorothy Degnitz Pastoral Pastoral Service Madison United Healthcare Delores Zoellick Charlene Torkelson In Memory of Virginia Holloway Jeanne Lubey Jean Tessmann Linen Faith Zoellick Jane Nehls Janice Van Hoosen Jodine Zoellick Barbara Zastrow Pastoral Pastoral Service In Memory of Leonard Riemer Lynn Zastrow Marquardt Village Mark Zoellick In Memory of Albert Troyke Mckesson Medical Surgical Jamie Zwieg In Memory of Rev. Wilbur Behrend In Honor of Charlotte Holt Penny Schleif Menasha Corporation Jenny Zwieg Ruth Behrend In Memory of Mildred Riemer Gloria Daniel Carol Voss Karen Fluegel Foundation In Memory of Franklyn Bergdoll In Memory of Marvin Ihde Penny Schleif Lois Harke Mercury Marine Lanny Borck In Memory of Vernice Rohloff Mary Lou Moldenhauer Moore Construction Services Judy Maas Myron Moldenhauer Moravian Church Western Julie Dittmann Brenda Neubauer In Memory of Virginia Ihde Steve Neubauer District Tami Essman In Memory of Leora Salchert Judy Maas Edward Hoy In Memory of Joan Jones Mari Kraemer Barbara Bergin Hazel Krebsbach Tom Bergin Moravian Larger Life Foundation Sharon Kumbier Janice Thostenson Patricia M. Voeller Kim Turney Connie Opedal In Memory of Manden Sampson In Memory of David Wallace National Exchange Bank & Trust Stephanie Wollitz Neuman Pools Inc Sanft Accounting & Tax LLC In Memory of Marian Kelman In Honor of Geraldine Bergdoll Pastoral Pastoral Service Shirley Dibble Marlene Wallace New Horizon Foods, Inc Lanny Borck In Memory of Manden Sampson In Memory of Merle Werner Next Electric, Inc In Memory of Dorothy Koenigs Nancy Kohlhoff In Memory of Geraldine Bergdoll Mary M. Koenigs Gerald Quinn Onward Financial Network In Memory of Robert Schaefer In Memory of Betty Wood Dorothy Degnitz In Memory of Aaron Kohls Lincoln Street Law, P.C. Oregon Community Bank Loraine Ackatz Julie Dittmann Joseph Kohls In Memory of Robert Schaefer Shirley Dibble Otis Elevator Company Judith Kohlhoff In Memory of Marilyn Kohls Kathy Schaefer O’Malley Bonnie C. Downes Palliative Drug Care Adolph Leuenberger Joseph Kohls In Honor of Roger J. Schaefer Jane I. Hummell Partnership Bank Mary Lou Moldenhauer In Memory of Terry Koplin Barbara Schwefel Judi Snyder Paypal Charitable Giving Fund Myron Moldenhauer Sue Koplin Terry Schwefel In Memory of Stephen Ziehm Connie Opedal Perry Ziehm Piper Jaffray In Memory of Gary Bergman In Memory of Mary Korth In Memory of Charlotte Scherer Prairie Gardens Assisted Living In Memory of Harvey Zoellick Preferred Podiatry Mary Lou Moldenhauer Heidi Schmidt Edward Hoy Ernie Clausen PTK Sales, LLC Myron Moldenhauer Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren SC In Memory of Donna Bernard In Memory of Lois Krieg In Memory of Charlotte Scherer Ronda Clausen Sanft Accounting & Tax LLC Rosemary Degner Schaefer Soft Water, Inc Vivian Bogenschneider Norma A. Ludwig George Livanec Sharon Kumbier Schiller Grounds Care Inc In Memory of Marlene Beyer Vern Lindquist Sister Bay Moravian Women In Memory of William Kuerschner In Memory of Ruth Schick Cindy Williams Symbria Rehab, Inc Brenda Scherret Michael Ryan Alayne Zoellick TCF National Bank In Memory of Mae Binnebose Joe Schick Delores Zoellick The Gedlinske Family Living Trust In Memory of Michael Lamp In Memory of Willard Schleif Faith Zoellick Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Dorothy Degnitz Kay Lamp Jodine Zoellick Total Mechanical, Inc In Memory of Ida Blanchard Penny Schleif Mark Zoellick Trim Specialists, Inc Jane Nehls Watertown Moravian Women’s Gladys Vahl In Memory of Richard Schlueter ORGANIZATIONS In Memory of Therese Bradisse Pastoral Pastoral Service A & S Plumbing Inc. Fellowship Linda Bargo AdvaCare Systems Jeffrey Bradisse In Memory of Ronald Layton In Memory of Lois Schoechert In Memory of Jean Brennan Gary Goetz Karen Fluegel Tara Brennan Robert Jursik Curtis R. Mayo In Memory of Lois Schoechert In Honor of London Moravian Pastoral Pastoral Service Women’s Fellowship In Memory of Debbie Schoeffel London Moravian Women’s Betty Miescher Fellowship Judith A. Ulm Thomas Schoeffel Western Region Moravian In Memory of Viva Loveland In Memory of Bernice Buckley In Memory of Eloise A. Schuenke AG Architecture Women Kay Wipperfurth Curt Schuenke Dorothy Degnitz Alliant Energy Foundation, Inc. Wis Pak Central, Inc. In Memory of Earl Maas In Memory of Ellsworth Schuett Altius Building Company In Memory of Audrey Burtz Wisconsin Management James M Becker Doris Baumann Amazon Smile The Gedlinske Family Living John D. Beltz Trust Charlotte Holt Amazon Smile Foundation Company, Inc Nora Beth David Betty Schimming Angell Marketing, LLC Ziegler & Co To view a complete list of donors from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, please visit 15

Non-Profit Org US Postage PAID Mailings Direct 1045 Hill Street Watertown, WI 53098 Phone: 920-206-4663 Sponsored by the Western District of the Moravian Church Thank You So Much! Thank you for your generous donations throughout the year. As you can see from the stories inside, without you we wouldn’t be able to help veterans, support hospice families, and make life better for hundreds of residents and families. It’s amazing how all of the small contributions come together to do so much good. On behalf of the entire Marquardt Village staff, happy holidays to you and yours. May joy and friendship bless you this season and all year long. Address changes or requests to be removed from the Marquardt Connections mailing list can be emailed to Sheri Lotzer at [email protected].

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